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This week, athletes will be competing at Footprint Arena for a chance to join the Special Olympics Arizona basketball team, which is set to participate in the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games next … more
One by one, Valley health care systems are requiring the COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of employment at hospitals as the Delta variant and low vaccination numbers propels the U.S. into a third surge of the virus. more
Impenetrable. Unbreakable. Protected. “The product is what we call a physical pest barrier in the world of pest control, and they call it integrated pest management,” said Tony … more
PHOENIX (AP) — Two top Republicans in the Arizona Senate issued two new subpoenas late Monday for materials from the 2020 election as they look to continue their unprecedented review of former … more
PHOENIX (AP) — Civil rights leaders including the Revs. Jesse Jackson and William Barber were among 35 people arrested Monday for refusing to leave the Phoenix office of Democratic Sen. Kyrsten … more
Health care workers in and around Phoenix are once again springing into action as an uptick in severe COVID-19 cases — largely caused by the highly transmissible Delta variant — rattles hospitals. more
Community colleges throughout Maricopa County have joined a brand-new pilot program dedicated to boosting education outcomes for students of color and those from low-income backgrounds. more
The history of American municipal, county and state police for the last quarter-century — both proponents and detractors of law enforcement, say — has been marred by acts of disgusting … more
WASHINGTON — The White House says there’s been no decision to change the COVID-19 guidance on wearing face masks. Press secretary Jen Psaki insisted Thursday that the Centers for Disease … more
The Phoenix Suns may have ended their season sooner than hoped, but the team’s home arena is just getting started. more
The search for the next Anthem leader to head the community’s top role is underway after the resignation of a former IBM executive who held the position. The Anthem Community Council soon will … more
Panoramic canyon sights at Grand Canyon National Park and the glitz and glow of Scottsdale nights didn’t suffer devastating economic blows during the pandemic. In fact, tourism in the Grand … more
One of the Valley’s longest- running health care systems has its sights set on growth during the next few years, with special attention being paid to the community’s most vulnerable. more
PAYSON, Ariz., July 21, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) –– DavCon Companies LLC announced that 20 acres of resort living is being developed in the Tonto Basin area. Roosevelt Lake Cottages will … more
Phoenix City Council greenlit a 170-acre rental home development in north Phoenix near Anthem earlier this month. The luxury rental home development, to be called Arise North Phoenix, will feature … more
Marcus & Millichap has announced the sale of Tempe Gardens, a 36-unit apartment changing hands for $7.2 million, according to Ryan Sarbinoff, regional manager of the firm’s … more
The Novus Innovation Corridor, a 355-acre, multi-phased urban mixed-use development on the Tempe campus of Arizona State University is anticipated to have a significant economic impact on the … more
A detailed time line of specifically how Phoenix officials will use its new 27-story downtown high-rise tower may take a few months to iron out. On July 1, the Phoenix City Council voted to … more
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought dozens of issues to light, but it also exacerbated an growing problem in the U.S. and in Arizona. more
PHOENIX, Ariz., July 20, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — , an organization of successful fractional executives available for hire, is pleased to announce that has joined the team. Poth is an … more
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